Jump to content

ED13

Member
  • Content Count

    213
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

293 Excellent

About ED13

  • Rank
     
  • Birthday August 13

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Toronto
  • Interests
    Golf
    Fishing
    Audio
    Cabin in the woods with no internet or cell service. A little piece of heaven.

Recent Profile Visitors

746 profile views
  1. I had a 919 driver, 3 wood and Scor wedges made up for me about 7 years ago by a local fitter. The driver worked as good or better at the time than any other I had tried. My swing eventually grew out of the shaft. When my kids started playing I went to the same fitter and had the driver head reshafted for my oldest daughter that was twelve. Had both girls fitted for maltby irons and hybrids I had not heard of before. Both girls still play the irons and hybrids. My youngest daughter started playing the Wishon driver this year with great results. The fitter I used would buy multip
  2. Got back into building a stereo system 16 years ago. It took over 8 years to put together my modern system but still old school so this system only vinyl and reel to reel. A dedicated room is also a must for me. I don't think most people understand the quality of sound some of the old 70's receivers have. many are very musical with great midrange. Have at least 6 currently but using only my favourite, a Tandberg 2075 at my cabin up north with modern speakers. People are often shocked at the capability of the system. Enjoy your vintage sound.
  3. To optimize your driver best to go get fit. Right head with he wrong shaft may be worse or vice versa. Recently had a fitting and first half was trying different heads with a few different shafts and second half was dialing in the right shaft with the head that worked best. By the time we were done I was confident with the feel of the driver and fitter made sure the driver numbers were optimized for my swing. Lingering thoughts that another combination could work better are now gone. I have been changing out almost all my clubs this year and this is the goal with each fitting.
  4. Similar high 80s swing speed with driver. Have had a couple larger head 3 woods over the years and could not use of the deck and not any more accurate of the tee than driver. My 5 wood is more consistent and better ball flight when I swing about 80% max. Home course is very hilly and I try to stop myself from hitting 5 wood off anything but reasonably flat ground. Realized success rate below 50% with some hole killer results. Pushing myself to take my medicine and stick with a 6 iron for those shots as my confidence level is much higher.
  5. Finally able to pick up my new Ping G410 driver yesterday. Will try to play at least 9 holes this week. Previous driver would spin too much and fall out of the sky. Expecting some decent distance gains with the 410.
  6. I purchased TP5x this spring with the 4 for 3 deal. Also had custom insignia as well as custom number options. Did not bother with he numbers but had my company call letters printed in very large font in company colour so I could give some away to customers.
  7. If your current putter works for you you may want to look at your putting stroke first. At the beginning of this season I developed a hiccup with pushing my putter leaving my misses right. Worked on getting a proper arc back in my stroke and started saving 6-10 strokes a round. You could spend the money for a new putter which may fix what ails you or get a couple of putting lessons first. So many coaches to choose from on the internet, you should be able to find someone to help. At least this way you won't have to question if it is you or the equipment. May save more time and money i
  8. Ebay would be Ok for the driver head but I would also need the aftermarket shaft I was fit for. Possibly could find both but maybe not and even if I did the possible slow down in shipping times may not make much of a difference. Even if I could save a little time and some money I would rather support a local business that I have been dealing with a few years that has treated me well. As a business owner myself I understand that relationships matter.
  9. Both putters are expensive so I would make sure I had a fitting before ordering one. I am a feel putter and am still using an old Mizuno putter made by Bettinardi. Have tried Scotty Cameron square back, Evnroll ER6, Tommy Armour TA1and a couple of Odyssey putters. Have been fit three times with the first and last keeping my current putter and the middle fitting I wanted to only try Evnrolls based on MGS testing. This was a mistake and after 6 months of use and many three putts with distance control went back to my Mizuno and improved my putting immediately. Use the MGS testing as a gu
  10. Had a driver fitting today and ended up with a Ping G410. By far the most consistent driver head for me, brought my spin numbers down over 1000. Only problem is lead time for the driver is about a month. Looks like an excuse for some cold weather golf before snow comes.
  11. My first putter was a bronze Ping Anser reissue with the sound slot and no markings on top. Sweet spot for the putter was slightly heel side. Always seem to see the alignment marks dead centre on the putter head. Always wondered how much the hosel, especially long plumber’s necks, could affect where the sweet spot is.
  12. At 27 my first set of clubs was a mixed bag of blades. The next year I got a set of Cleveland 792’s, an ugly egg shaped shovel. The following year when the Canadian distributor for Macgregor went bankrupt I got a set of Tourney PCB forged irons. Still have these but moved on to current clubs when I got back into golf a few years ago. Still take one of the Macgregor clubs out to the range with me every so often.
  13. Set matching PW for me. I do not have the same confidence using the blade style wedges on full shots.
  14. Played with my kids last weekend and they noticed a golf grip in the pond near the 9th green. I told them if they look closer they will see more of the club. We all had a good laugh.
×
×
  • Create New...